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TV Diary: Test yourself on this quiz about James Cagney and his career
Dec. 03--There's nothing like getting all comfy in the recliner and watching a good James Cagney film, and tonight is no exception.
Quantity and quality
Tom Powers intimidates Steve the Bartender in "The Public Enemy." The 1931 film is included in "The Best of Warner Brothers: 100 Film Collection."
How Hollywood has fallen since the dawn of the motion picture
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti is ramping up efforts in his city to keep movie productions that are opting to shoot in other states or Canada.
Easy case for new station
Pittsfield's police station, said Sen. Edward Markey after a recent tour, brought to mind a 1930s station, so if a film studio wants to collect some state tax credits and do a remake of James Cagney's "The Public Enemy" or Edward G. Robinson's "Little Caesar," gangster flicks from 1931, they've got their "clubhouse" .
'Wild Bill: Hollywood Maverick' documentary review
A man who did more in his lifetime than any ten men. He was a WWI hero who knew the feeling and the tragedy of war and pointed his camera at reenactments of war and never blinked.